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The Lowther family have had estates in Cumberland and Westmorland for almost 1000 years.
Steam traction was a vital part of working Lakeland and the train opened up the Lake District to the appreciation of a wider public.
A spectacular evocation of the glory days of steam haulage through some of the most impressive scenery in Britain.
A re-creation of an 18th century cattle drove from Scotland to London’s Smithfield Market.
A century ago every port in the north east of England had its own fleet of cobles – tiny wooden boats in which, today, just a handful of fishermen brave wild seas.
A year in the life of John Dodd who, instead of using tractors still runs his farm with horsepower – five giant Clydesdale horses.
3 DVD Boxed Set includes: The Last Horsemen, The Last Fishermen and The Last Shepherds.
A captivating glimpse of a disappearing way of life as we follow shepherd Dave Stewart and his wife as they tend their flocks in the high Cheviots.
A History of North East Railways. The astonishing saga of a technological revolution.